September 2, 2014

Waterside at The Bridge off to a flying start

A new homes development in Dartford has got off to a flying start, with nine sales before the showhome has even opened!

A new homes development in Dartford has got off to a flying start, with nine sales before the showhome has even opened!

Househunters are snapping up early reservations at Waterside at The Bridge, the latest site by Persimmon Homes, taking advantage of the pick of the plots and pre-showhome prices.

Head of sales and marketing Jo Richards said: "Waterside at the Bridge is an exciting contemporary sustainable development of 94 energy efficient homes, to suit growing families, downsizers or commuters.

"But several people can't even wait for the showhome at the site to be launched in April. As soon as the marketing suite opened we received calls and visits, with buyers keen to be the first to select their dream home."

Waterside, on Marsh Street, close to the QEII Bridge, offers stylish two, three and four bedroom homes with prices starting at £184,950*.

At the very heart of Waterside will be a brand new Learning and Community Campus that will include a primary school, nursery and youth centre, alongside leisure and community facilities within a science and business park.

"Buying a house before a single brick is laid might seem odd, but for many people it is the perfect way to secure their preferred property at the best price," said Jo. "And, if you reserve early enough you can select fixtures and fittings from our range of Finishing Touches, ensuring your new residence really is the home of your dreams."

Kitchen units, flooring, tiles or accessories can be tailored to meet the individual buyer's taste, depending on the build stage of each house.

Jo added: "Buyers who qualify for a NewBuy mortgage could be getting the keys to their new home with just a five per cent deposit, or we invite anyone with an existing property to sell to call into the marketing suite and ask about our attractive Part Exchange schemes, which help save time, money and the risks associated with buying chains."

Twenty-seven of the houses will be available to people living or working within the Borough of Dartford at a discounted price through a scheme with Dartford Borough Council.

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